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My Tribute To Yehudi Menuhin

Daniel Hope

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Violin Concerto In D Minor, MVW O3  
1
I. Allegro (Cadenza by Alberto Lysy)
Felix Mendelssohn; Daniel Hope; Kammerorchester Basel
10:00
2
II. Andante
Felix Mendelssohn; Daniel Hope; Kammerorchester Basel
8:33
3
III. Allegro
Felix Mendelssohn; Daniel Hope; Kammerorchester Basel
4:08
4
Unfinished Journey
Bechara El Khoury; Daniel Hope; Kammerorchester Basel
8:25
5
Duet (for two Violins and Strings)
Steve Reich; Daniel Hope; Simos Papanas; Kammerorchester Basel
4:56
Concerto For Two Violins And Strings In A Minor, RV 522  
6
I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Hope; Simos Papanas; Emanuele Forni; Naoki Kitaya; Kammerorchester Basel
3:19
7
II. Larghetto e spiritoso
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Hope; Simos Papanas; Emanuele Forni; Naoki Kitaya; Kammerorchester Basel
3:51
8
III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Hope; Simos Papanas; Emanuele Forni; Naoki Kitaya; Kammerorchester Basel
2:52
9
Song Of The Angel (for Soprano, Violin and Strings)
Sir John Tavener; Daniel Hope; Chen Reiss; Kammerorchester Basel
4:11
10
Darf ich ... (for Violin, Tubular Bells and Strings)
Arvo Pärt; Daniel Hope; Alex Wäber; Kammerorchester Basel
3:32
11
Nostalghia (for Violin and Strings)
Toru Takemitsu; Daniel Hope; Kammerorchester Basel
16:18
12
Adagio adagio (Serenade for Violin, Cello and Piano)
Hans Werner Henze; Daniel Hope; Christiane Starke; Jacques Ammon
4:20
13
Salut d'amour, Op. 12 (arr. by C. Badzura for Violin, Piano, and Strings)
Sir Edward Elgar; Daniel Hope; Jacques Ammon; Ensemble des Deutschen Kammerorchesters Berlin
3:11
44 Duos For Two Violins, Sz. 98  
14
No. 35. Rutén kolomejka (Ruthenian Kolomeika)
Béla Bartók; Daniel Hope; Daniel Lozakovitj
1:07
15
No. 28. Bánkódás (Sorrow)
Béla Bartók; Daniel Hope; Daniel Lozakovitj
2:20
16
No. 15. Katonanóta (Soldiers’ Song)
Béla Bartók; Daniel Hope; Daniel Lozakovitj
1:06
17
No. 14. Párnás Tánc (Pillow Dance)
Béla Bartók; Daniel Hope; Daniel Lozakovitj
0:34
18
No. 32. Máramarosi Tánc (Dance from Máramaros)
Béla Bartók; Daniel Hope; Daniel Lozakovitj
0:40
19
No. 36. Szól a duda (Bagpipes)
Béla Bartók; Daniel Hope; Daniel Lozakovitj
0:57
20
Hora Unirii (for Violin and Piano)
George Enescu; Daniel Hope; Jacques Ammon
1:47
21
Rumänisch (arr. by C. Badzura for Violin, Mandolin, Piano and Strings)
Jo Knümann; Daniel Hope; Avi Avital; Jacques Ammon; Ensemble des Deutschen Kammerorchesters Berlin
5:17
22
Chanson de nuit, Op. 15, No. 2 (for Violin and Piano)
Sir Edward Elgar; Daniel Hope; Jacques Ammon
3:50
Deux mélodies hébraïques, M. A22  
23
No. 1. Kaddisch (for Violin and Piano)
Maurice Ravel; Daniel Hope; Jacques Ammon
5:42
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:40:56
Recorded and released to commemorate the 100th birthday of violin legend Yehudi Menuhin in April 2016, this tribute from his former mentor and close friend Daniel Hope and several noted soloists is a beautiful selection of works, mostly commissioned by or for Menuhin. Hope’s mother worked as Menuhin's secretary and later became his manager, inspiring and influencing Daniel to take up the same instrument.

"It is a deeply personal recording. Yehudi Menuhin, my 'musical grandfather,' is the reason I became a violinist and I was privileged to know him all my life ... my friends and I can finally pay our respects to this great man, in a way I am sure he would have loved ..."
- Daniel Hope
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon Studio Masters

Recordings: Müllheim, Martinskirche & Berlin, Teldex Studio, 9/2015
Executive Producer: Christian Badzura
Producer: Christoph Claßen
Recording Engineers (Tonmeister): Markus Heiland, Tritonus Musikproduktion GmbH (Müllheim); Tobias Lehmann, Teldex Studio Berlin GmbH (Berlin) Project Manager: Anna-Lena Rodewald
Production Coordinator: Malene Hill
Publishers: Durand & Cie, Paris / Universal Music Publishing (El-Khoury); Boosey & Hawkes Ltd. (Reich); Chester/G.Schirmer Inc., Edition
Wilhelm Hansen GmbH (Tavener); Universal Edition, Wien (Pärt);
Schott Music GmbH & Co. KG, Mainz (Takemitsu); Manuscript (Enescu); Musikverlag Ries & Erler, Berlin (Knümann)
Booklet Editor: Eva Zöllner
Cover Photo © Eleanor Hope
Artist Photos © Private collection Daniel Hope (pp. 2, 11); © Urban Uebelhart (p. 8)
Design: Simon Singer

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